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Jose Cuervo

Photocopier

Campaign: Tomorrow is Overrated
LOS ANGELES, CA
2017
2017
Entrant Company
CP+B
Medium
Film
Category
Commercials (under thirty [30] seconds)
Entry Type
Product/Service
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Credits
Agency NetworkMDC Partners
Holding CompanyMDC Partners
Production CompanyBiscuit
Advertiser / BrandCP+B
Entrant CompanyCP+B
Edit HouseRock Paper Scissors
Post Production Companya52
Mix/ Sound Company Lime Studios
Music/Sound CompanyPivot Audio
Producer Neil Devlin
Composer Guy Amitai
Assistant Mixer Lisa Mermelstein
Mixer Peter Lapinski
MixerMatt Miller
Mix Company Executive Producer Susie Boyajan
Post Colorist Paul Yacono
Post Producer Jenny Bright
Editorial Executive Producer Raná Martin
Editorial Producer Dina Ciccotello
Assistant Editor Lauren Dellara
EditorJamie Foord
Line Producer Marie Dunaway
Head of Production Mercedes Allan-Saria
Executive ProducerHolly Vega
Managing DirectorShawn Lacy
DirectorAyse Altinok
Associate Strategy Director Melissa Cabral
Executive Strategy Director Benny Thomas
Project ManagerJade Whitford
Content Manager Ana Boyadjian
Content Supervisor Nina Rushing
Account Director Tobey Bennett
Managing DirectorIvan Perez-Armendariz
Managing DirectorRyan Skubic
Jr. Business Affairs Manager Taylor Tsuji
Director of Business Affairs Rebecca Williams
Integrated Video Producer Jake Burnett
Director of Content Production Kate Hildebrant
Executive Director of Content Production Rupert Samuel
Associate Creative DirectorJimbo Embry
Associate Creative DirectorHenry Kember
Associate Creative DirectorTushar Date
Creative DirectorPaddy Fraser
Chief Creative OfficerKevin Jones

This 2017 Clio Awards Shortlisted entry titled 'Photocopier ' was entered for Jose Cuervo by CP+B, Los Angeles, CA, part of agency network: MDC Partners and holding company: MDC Partners. The piece was submitted to the medium: Film within the entry type: Product/Service and the category: Commercials (under thirty [30] seconds). It consists of 1 video and 1 image. This piece is part of a campaign called 'Tomorrow is Overrated ' that consists of 3 elements.

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